Film Wedding Photography
Film is making a big time comeback. For some people it never left but for most photographers it was dead by 2006. I learned how to take a photograph on a film camera. In my teens I spent shooting countless rolls of film, developing them and then going back out to see if I could improve on the results that I was getting. By 2006 my interest in photography dwindled a bit. I would still take photos mainly to document climbing trips but that was about it. In 2013 I got back into it and and by some odd chance got hired to photograph a CD cover for a musician. It was my first time ever shooting with a proper digital camera. Although I really enjoyed it and still do it did feel a little to clinical and clean for me. It was not long after that I bought a used Mamiya RZ67. It’s to date my favourite portrait camera. I love all the imperfections that a film has. Here are just a few wedding photographs that I took with the Mamiya RZ67. It doesn’t come out too often but if time allows during the wedding and the light is just right, I love shooting a few rolls.